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senator from massachusetts, a brand new fox news contributor scott brown. so, senator, what is the biggest problem facing america in your opinion? he think it's a combination of things as you referenced in the intree, jobs national security, energy, which actually makes it so individuals and businesses are uncertainty as to what the tax policy is and what the regulatory policy is. they are kind of standing idol. then you throw in the amazing amount of debt that we have and deficit that we have tremendous amount of gridlock, tremendous amount of indecision, that's contributing to the negative impressions that people have about our leadership and about people that are trying to solve those very real problems. >> yes, the problem is that our government is riding us into bankruptcy, but we the people are allowing it. why? >> well, let me just reference that. listen, bill, as you referenced your upbringing my mom and dad were married and divorced four times each. i lived in 17 houses. my mom was on welfare for a period of time. it was there as a safety net not as entitlement. there are people i
the slavery and women's rights before the massachusetts state legislature. coming up, event honoring this early feminist including a panel looking at women in politics. from boston, this is just over two hours. ♪ [applause] >> welcome, everyone. i will be your evening moderator. we are here tonight to explore how women become political. we will look at the past in the present and consider the future, too. there will be some remarks and a panel. regretfully, senator elizabeth warren is not able to join us because she needs to be in washington. someone has to work. she is there to work in the senate. [applause] however, she has made a short video for us that we will share in place of the remarks she would have given. now, during the evening we invite you to tweet and send your questions at #womenpoli2013. also a reminder. silence your cell phones right now. everybody moving to silence the cell phones? good. and for those who could not attend tonight, the good news is that the event is being taped by the grimke event committee for viewing the event at the website and by c-span for vie
1905.on v. massachusetts, there was a pastor in cambridge who refuse to get vaccinated for smallpox. said it was a religious objection. the supreme court said, too bad. tough luck. the bottom line is there is a point at which every person responsibility issue becomes a public health one. and the question is -- where is the line and what are the legal doctrines that govern the crossing over of that line? i would submit to you that we have surpassed that for this problem. yet we have not enacted any societal interventions that are meaningful to try to fix it. that is what needs to change. >> thank you, dr. lustig. i was wondering if you could speak little bit to other disease in addition to obesity, such as autoimmune disease. >> autoimmune disease is a grab bag. this is being televised, taped. and i am about the science. andscience on auto immune disease is very much an open question. to tella little loaathe you how all of this might tie into autoimmune disease, other than to say that people are working on it. i am very interested, but i am not willing to go public on it. not until
officers. and almost immediately the governor of massachusetts began recruiting free blacks. fly were distributed near and far from massachusetts to connecticut and pennsylvania, ohio, other northern states and even to canada. working to fill a first of 1,000 recruiters included prominent black frederick douglass and william henry johnson. the 45th massachusetts volunteer was the first northern black to be organized and among the recruit were two of frederick douglass' sons. the white officers were hand picked by the governor himself. subsequently, 23-year-old robert shaw became the chosen officer to lead the regular men had such great importance first because unlike the other black regularmen already organized in the south, it was composed of free black men. would rest on the conduct of the 45th massachusetts battle when the nay sayers were insisting blacks would not, could not fight. having no clue about the fire in their soul ready to ignite. frederick douglass. the 54th massachusetts four performed valiantly. they. they were honor recipient served. it was sergeant william consider
in massachusetts came up with a new mash up word for today. thanksgivukkah. experts say based on the current greg or yan and jewish calend s calendars, they won't fall on the same day again for more than $70,000 years. >> pretty impressive. >>> the macy's thanksgiving day parade made its way through the streets of new york city today. the big balloons were allowed to fly, but had to stay close to the ground. this year, they were five feet lower than normal. even then, sudden gusts made the balloons hard to control. the parade started back in 1924 with animals from the central park zoo. it was such a success, organizers decided to make it an annual event. >> and in north dakota, a couple of hunters captured this scene. a phenomenon near the town of leonard. it's a nearly perfect circle of spinning ice. experts say they have seen similar patterns in river when it begins to ice up, but unusual for one to be so round. some are calling it mother nature's work of art. >> still ahead, heartwarming story that puts the giving in thanksgiving. >> surprise one mom got when to those who've encountered welco
and then open herself and the administration up to ridicule consistent with what massachusetts, a state of only 6.5 million residents, experienced an initial rollout of romney care. not revealing the number of people that paid for the plan and she did not explain why the obama administration will withhold those numbers from the public until december 15. >> the numbers are consistent with the numbers that massachusetts reported and that feel are the most accurate by the 15th of december and we will be able to tell you how many people have paid for this coverage. lou: or disturbing numbers. 55% say they believe the obama administration tried to deceive them about obamacare. compared to only 30% many say we need to throw obamacare ou and begin again and 42% say keep trying to fix it and 10% say leave it alone. well, let's find out our guests tonight have to say. joining us is andrea and greg. cohost of the five and thank y both for being here. i would like to turn to you, andrea. she has become a metaphor for what is going on with health care dog of an obamacare itself. it's striking that this thi
, technology has put some new twists on the trend. >> reporter: when noel was growing up in massachusetts, her family always emphasized the importance of giving back. the last summer being charitable became difficult when she lost her job. >> when you give or spend when you are unemployed, you know everything is going out, and you have nothing to refill it. >> reporter: but using a website called goodsearch.com, she is able to donate charity simply by using the search union. they are a veteran in the field with 50 million visitors last year alone. the company has raised more than $10 million for charities through more than 1.2 billion charitable transactions. it is one of thousands of companies helping you give without giving. on charity miles, earn $0.10 a file for biking and $0.25 a mile for walking or running for one of nine charities. more than a hundred thousand people have raised more than $350,000 using this site. every time you redeem a coupon, money goes to help feed hungry children in the united states. the organization has provided more than 1.3 million meals. redeem coupons on good
, and massachusetts. they say it is illegal to shop on thanksgiving and christmas. sharon chin, kpix5. >>> well stores certainly have been opening earlier an earlier, but in some places, the thanksgiving day hours did not bring the big crowds right away. this old navy in dublin was pretty empty this morning, but thousands of people will be at wal-mart not to shop, but protest tomorrow. 1500 protests are scheduled across the country. they are organized by a group called our wal-mart. made up of associated demanding better wages and dignity on the job. they said they want an end to retaliation against workers for legally protected labor actions. >>> many people this thanksgiving are dodges crime tape around their homes. betty has the latest. >> reporter: this bloodstained banged up mini van is only part of a wild thanksgiving crime spree that crossed three neighborhoods. san jose police say an officer shot and killed the driver after he rammed into a patrol car on kirkland drive. >> the gunshots took place. bang bang bang, real fast. then there was the cash. >> the guy comes, boom. >> reporter: the car
in three states. in rhode island, maine, and massachusetts. they have laws going back to the colonial days which say that shopping on thanksgiving and christmas is illegal. live, kpix5. >> we have new video tonight from sacramento. a dump truck crashed into a house. this is at 7:15. an elderly woman was inside that home. fortunately, she was not hurt. no word on who was driving, but the chp is investigating whether alcohol was a factor in that crash. tonight, we're hearing from san jose neighbors who had the dodge crime scene tape on their way home for thanksgiving dinner. here's why. this morning, police shot and killed a stabbing suspect in this quiet cul-de-sac on kirkland drive. hours later, people living there needed a police escort to go to and from their homes. kpix5 breaks down the three separate crime scenes involving a high speed chase, a carjacking, and several stabbings. >> this spanned two miles and crossed three neighborhoods. sean jose police say an officer shot and killed a drier driver. >> the gun shots took place, you know, bang, bang, bang, real fast. then there was t
massachusetts came up with new mash up word for today thanksgivakah. experts say based on the current calendar thanksgiving and first day of hanukkah won't fall on the same day again for thousands of years. >> local charity serve thousands of meals to less fortunate bay area residents today. volunteer chop vegetable and other items at glide memorial church in san francisco. glide founding pastor williams personally greeted people as they araved for today's feast. >> that's what we want to do is help people so they can become empowered not take away their power but give them power to overcome some of the circumstances and situations. >> i love this. i love people i'm a people person i love it. i love it a lot. >> serve meal and provided array of service to people in the tenderloin for decade. >> these family got up early this morning to help salvation army prepare turkey dinners for seniors and people in need. meals packed and heated up later. they were delivered to homes and residential hotel throughout san francisco. salvation army went through over 200 turkey to prepare all those meals.
in massachusetts, her growing up in massachusetts, her family always emphasized the family always emphasized the importance of giving back. importance of giving back. the last summer being charitable the last summer being charitable became became difficult when she lost difficult when she lost her job. her job. >> when you give or spend when >> when you give or spend when you are unemployed, you know you are unemployed, you know everything is going out, and you everything is going out, and you have nothing to refill it. have nothing to refill it. >> reporter: but using a website >> reporter: but using a website called goodsearch.com, she is called goodsearch.com, she is able to donate charity simply by able to donate charity simply by using the search union. using the search union. they are a veteran in the field they are a veteran in the field with 50 million visitors last with 50 million visitors last year alone. year alone. the company has raised more than the company has raised more than $10 million for charities $10 million for charities through more than through more than 1.2 billion 1
at a time. " i live in massachusetts. they just got rid of all of the black american workers, i don't know if you are aware of this or [indiscernible] i am not familiar with what you're talking about. if they hire a foreign worker, they can claim them as a business expense and get them will-- and get back there wages from the government. this was in massachusetts? caller: a company came in here in 2010 and just started firing black people, two people at a time. host: that is tyrone in boston. chart -- do you ever worry that your total income will not be enough to meet your family's expensive -- expenses? in 1971, it was 8%. in 2013, it was 19%. up to 32% in 2012 forward workers -- for workers making less than $35,000. caller: thanks for c-span. i was an engineer. i am out of work 15 years. the visa, it is for six-year stay. who they think have stopped looking, we drifted into a cash society. you have to know the value of every stupid thing. books, cars, all kinds of things. when people in the neighborhood get it out of work, you get good deals and you can quadruple and triple your money. c
turkey. >> reporter: in fact, while the 1621 celebration in plymouth, massachusetts, is sparsely documented, it probably didn't much resemble today's thanksgiving in a lot of ways, including what you might call its economics. the pilgrims, who had already moved toward a cash exchange economy in europe, encountered native people with very different attitudes. toward real estate, for instance. >> the land that was here was for everybody to use. we didn't believe in possessing or owning land. >> reporter: tim turner manages the wampanoag indigenous program at plimoth. >> you might see somebody use a piece of land, but there was never a fence. you were crossing people's property all the time. people were cutting through your homesite all the time. so, our concept of land ownership versus the concept uh that the english had was totally different. >> reporter: also totally different it appears: the wampanoag, though they did trade with each other, weren't profit maximizers. >> you weren't trying to make a profit or look better than anybody else. you took more than everybody else people
for emergency crews. no injuries were reported. in massachusetts a mother says someone has given her a holiday surprise she will never forget. this mother of six year old twins and a 20-month old admits money has been tight but she was still determined to make christmas special. she bought several hundred dollars worth of gifts at her local walmart on the layaway plan. she had hoped to have the gifts all paid off by mid- december but as it turned out she didn't have to worry. an anonymous donor paid her balance in full. she says the gesture is about so much more than money. and adds her faith in people and their kindness is stronger than ever. here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. fish and other wildlife are making their return to other strains our rivers to 200 this not thousands of panhandlers. >>: they are stacking the rocks or pieces of concrete and wait for the fish to move up to a shallow area into a pool that they designated for and then they tied the net within the banks and then they blocked the the river with concrete. the use shopping carts as well and they di
hyde park, massachusetts... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! alex: thank you, johnny. ladies and gentlemen, happy thanksgiving, and thank you so much for deciding to spend this half-hour with us instead of with a football game. john, as you heard, picked up over $28,000 yesterday, doesn't have to work as a substitute teacher for the rest of this month. but if he earns more, who knows? whitney and steven, welcome aboard. let's go to work here in the jeopardy! round and see how much money you can earn with these categories. please? you know what that means. alex: john, start us. let's start with show biz stupid answers for $200, please. whitney. what is "the view"? no. john. i will also say "what is 'the view'?" [ laughter ] 'cause that was my answer. [ beep ] no, it's called "the talk."
the summer after a successful convention in atlanta. he basically goes under ground, back to massachusetts, and becomes governor of the commonwealth. meantime it the republicans defined him negatively, and create the willie horton adds by the campaign and independent. >> making him look soft on crime. >> but there's three other things. steve sims suggest that kitty dukakis as involved in a flag burning. ronald reagan quips he's not going to pick on an invalid when it was ask whether dukakis was treated for depression. dukakis veetos a pledge of alliance law. >> and he didn't react passionately to a question of what he would do if his wife was attacked? >> that was october 13th. that was the nail in the coffin. all of these things was a democratic campaign at a high in july. >> let's go back to the helmet, the hat. you mentioned in the film and your article, that there is an unspoken rule, not even unspoken that candidates should not wear hats. and president obama mentioned it on receiving a football helmet from the navy team. >> pretty sharp. all right. there's a general rule, you don't pu
the burlington coat factory. costco, tj maxx, and ross. >> there are laws in rhode island and massachusetts that have laws that say it is illegal to shop on thanksgiving and christmas. >>> shoppers will be greeted by protesters today at 1500 stores across the country including wal-marts and san leandro. >> the group is call "our wal- mart" made up of employees demanding better wages. they also want to end retaliation against workers who engage in legally protected labor action. >>> a man unhappy with the way a sale was being run at wal- mart is under arrest. authorities in new jersey say 23-year-old richard ramos raised his voice inside the store. a manager asked him to leave and he refused. that's when the manager called police and ramos attacked an officer. >> he struck him in the chest. and went to grab hum to what appeared to be like a tackle. >> he's an idiot. he shouldn't have done that. it is a tv for chrissakes. >>> another incident at a wal- mart in san bernardino county ended with two people arrested. a fight erupted just before 7:00 yesterday evening amongst shoppers who were lin
elected to the massachusetts senate since 1790. pretty disgusting. when i was elected president of the senate in 2007, i was the first woman ever to be elected to lead the legislative body in massachusetts. and today, only 25% of our legislature consists of women. and in the senate, the number has grown to 13. this is not just a problem massachusetts. 18% of the 500 seats in congress are made up of women. there is not enough progress. we need to support women who have dreams of running for office. those of us who are female legislators have to set an example to future generations by showing that it can be done. when i was head of equal pay for equal work, i always said, and i say it today, when you go through the door some of the people here and myself opened pushed open, don't close it behind you. keep it open. the bottom line is, women deserve to be in office. not because of the fact they are women. they are just as qualified and hard-working as men. too many young women do not feel they have enough credentials to run. you heard that tonight. they resign themselves to being co
to massachusetts, and back to massachusetts, and becomes governor becomes governor of the of the commonwealth. commonwealth. meantime it the republicans meantime it the republicans defined him negatively, and defined him negatively, and create the willie horton adds by create the willie horton adds by the campaign and independent. the campaign and independent. crime. crime. >> but there's three other >> but there's three other things. things. steve sims suggest that kitty steve sims suggest that kitty dukakis as involved in a flag dukakis as involved in a flag burning. burning. ronald reagan quips he's not ronald reagan quips he's not going to pick on an going to pick on an invalid when invalid when it was ask whether dukakis was it was ask whether dukakis was treated for treated for depression. depression. dukakis veetos a pledge of dukakis veetos a pledge of alliance law. alliance law. >> and he didn't react >> and he didn't react passionately to a question of passionately to a question of what he would do if his wife was what he would do if his wife was attacked? attacked? >> that was octo
. but it's not happening everywhere though. laws in maine, massachusetts and rhode island, ban shopping on thanksgiving. katherine barrett, what are the crowds like out there? >> well they're growing quite a bit. this store is set to open in just half an hour. there have been people camped out here all night. there are people who started to line up this afternoon. but now the line stretches around the building and back across the parking lot. store managers say it will take until at least 9:00 p.m, even if they open in half an hour to cycle people through to get what they want. they are handing out tickets so there won't be that mad trampling dash for if -- for the door. there were people with tents up who had been camped out here all last night. >> i only had one blanket on me, like a jacket, a sweater and some sweats. my toes were frozen the whole night. >> just first time for me to stand in this line. so it's upsetting. >> we had a big brunch for thanksgiving so we did it all in for breakfast and then we came here. >> now, that young man had talked his dad into giving up that turkey
of shoppers. including a number of women that can't do this in their home state. >> we are from massachusetts, the stores will not open on thanksgiving. there's no way. we think it's different. but, you know what, when in new york, do as new york does. it's different. i mean, it feels odd, it doesn't feel like thanksgiving , but we are not home either. >> so, you know, a lot of shoppers were torn when we asked them what do you think it's like shopping on thanksgiving. should macy's be open. a lot of shoppers were in there because the parade. we were from outside of town. we met new yorkers that had had their thanksgiving dinner. it was okay. macy's opened at 8:00 pm. that was not the case across the country. retailers opened earlier. i think for many people, it interrupted their thanksgiving holiday, especially if you had to go work. >> do people feel like the deals are better today on thanksgiving than they will be tomorrow on black friday. >> a lot of shoppers came out tonight. it's cold here in harold square. they were here for the bargains. they are better from tonight. and then the deal
island, maine and massachusetts banned big box stores, department stores and large super markets from opening today and on christmas day. some of the laws go back to colonial times. efforts by business groups to overturn those laws have failed. >>> ahead at 10:30. going beyond extra patrols. how retailers plan to keep shoppers safe this black friday. >> now to the south bay where we have new details tonight in a deadly officer involved shooting in east san jose. started at 10th 30 this morning with a stabbing that left three people injured. police say the suspect then car jacked a nearby mini van and led police on a short chase which included going the wrong way on interstate 680. >> this man was coming -- this van was coming towards us swaying crazy like 17 miles per hour. oh, my gosh, what is this guy doing? >> all ended a short distance away. that's where we mind maureen with one family's tail. >> reporter: since our earlier report, this has since reopened and we can show you where the mini van crashed into this tree. and we were able to speak with the father inside this home who i
for slaves. those living in the west indies in massachusetts writing back to exactoverseers with very ascriptions of the age, gender, and type a personality they want . one writes, i lost my boy, meaning he died, and i want to replace them with another. therefore, you also end up with a slave trade across the atlantic which deals in human beings, but about 20% of which are children. i explore one of those voyages in the book in which dozens of children, some as young as two and three years old, are held captive on board and died over the journey. that was a living sting -- livingston investment, who go on to become founders of the professor endowment at yale, trustees at princeton and rutgers. not talked much about rutgers. tell us about rutgers. >> it is a fascinating institution for a lot of reasons. the original queens college which is a dutch reformed areege, the dutch colonists establishing their own constitution. as we all know, it is quite close to the college of new jersey. winston is originally founded in the eastern part of the state near newark and then the governor helps t
. she spoke about slavery and women's rights before the massachusetts state legislature. the forum was hosted by simmons college and included a panel looking at women in politics. here's a preview. think the word entitlement often has a negative connotation but, really, the goal is for girls and women to operate with a greater sense of entitlement. to say that i am deserving of that opportunity, i am prepared and qualified. all those other nagging insecurities and doubts that often get in the way. was alluding to that earlier but the data says it takes a minimum of seven people to convince a woman to run for office would you venture to guess how many it takes to convince a man? himself. [laughter] it actually is not a joke. [laughter] say that i was recruited to run for office. that is the case for most women. i was not in some corner politically calculated my political ascension area i had been an aide to senator john kerry for 11 years and prior to that and a tube congressman joseph mcginty the second and enjoyed being the person behind the person. there was reward in that. prior
marked by bouts of depression. the talk on the norman rockwell museum in stockbridge massachusetts is about an hour. [applause] >> thank you for that fabulously gracious introduction and >> i can believe the archive has been digitized and now that i am done a. [laughter] what was that all about? with all those papers and ard ton pages. i'm glad to know that other people can now do it in ten minutes. i came to this book from the historical background and i studied history at cornell and attended college in the 70's at a time when abstract expressionism was seen as the high point as the great savior because it was said he shifted that capital. they have a mystical flying through the sky shifting the capitol. and the studied rockwell and i didn't really think about rockwell until other people started thinking about him first such as robert rosenblum who organized the show at the guggenheim museum in 2001. and i was immediately taken by the work. partly because i had been tired of spending my intellectual life at greenwich village in the 50's. i felt like i can't think again about that
. he would talk in massachusetts people picking on of saturday evening post by not bothering to look at his paintings. kettle think people really took the time to look what an original he was. >> i think you can see how carefully debra looks at his life. . . much more. >> [inaudible] 48 hours of non-fiction authors now on booktv ray sware ease discuss the history of latinos in america going back about 500 years. this event is about an hour. >> good morning. maybe we can ask you to take your seats so we can get going. we know that the tempo of washington has changed just a little bit today now that the congress has come to an agreement and the government is back in session. so we thank you for coming thisn trning for what promises to bes just a terrific conversation co with a terrific guest on the very interesting topic.an and i'm going get in to that ine a minute. for thank you for your presence herr thise morning. office of the counsel of the americas and the america society. t a pleasure to have the opportunity to review this book today, and to talk a little bit about the latino im
. public health law. 1905.on v. massachusetts, there was a pastor in cambridge who refuse to get vaccinated for smallpox. said it was a religious objection. the supreme court said, too bad. tough luck. the bottom line is there is a point at which every person responsibility issue becomes a public health one. and the question is -- where is the line and what are the legal doctrines that govern the crossing over of that line? i would submit to you that we have surpassed that for this problem. yet we have not enacted any societal interventions that are meaningful to try to fix it. that is what needs to change. >> thank
. you also see it is an advantage to the republicans. you see precincts in massachusetts where the immigrant areas do not do as well. it is the republican party which puts the amendment through. the south is not particularly into it. neither is the traditional immigrant culture. it is the native american or older stock, republican areas to which are more interested in putting suffragette. it is something which boosts harding that year. he is a hell of a lot better looking than james cox. >> this is the first presidential election that had read your coverage of the results. the reported the election results across the nation. i want to bring in two other points. first of all, florence harding liked astrology. it was to her very important way of getting information, gathering strategies. she had a relationship with an astrologer. who was she? >> madame marcia. she wasn't alone in this. it was an interesting period of time. lots of people believe this. if anything, people were more criticized who were following astrology than even now. nevertheless, she found in t extremely import
's from massachusetts. she got to the finals of "arab's got talent." rob nelson is on the story. >> reporter: she is the one of the arab world's hottest shows. wauing judges and audiences, singing in a language she barely knows. >> i speak a bit of moroccan dialect since i've lived here for a while. >> reporter: 23-year-old jennifer grout, who told us via skype from a coffee shop in morocco, that the reaction was mixed at first. >> when i first started playing, i heard a murmur of laughter throughout the audience. but 30 seconds into it, it changed to appreciation. and it changed to cheering. >> reporter: it was a teacher's friend who con for instanced jennifer to try out for the competition. singing one of the most recognizable songs in the arab world. >> my friend contacted me and told me, it might be a great idea for you to audition for this show. >> reporter: she comes from a family of classically-trained musicians and has been singing since she was 5 years old. >> it's actually normal for me, as a classically-trained singer, to sing in languages that i don't speak fluently.
. rethink possible. >> in massachusetts a mother says the someone has given her a holiday surprised if she will never forget. this mother of six a year old twins and a 20 month old admits that money has been tight. she bought several hundred dollars' worth of gifts at her local wal-mart on the layaway plan. if she had hoped to have the gives all paid for by mid december but as it turned out, she did not have to worry. an anonymous donor paper ballots and four. >> i was just so shocked, when i told my children i was in tears. i am so grateful. >> there are really good people still out there. >> she says said the gesture is about so much more tmonday he and their kind is a stronger than evermore than money. she as that her face and people and their kindness is stronger than eveith in people and their kind as a stronger than ever. >> coming up on the kron4 morning new spread shoppers are hitting the malls and stores this morning as black friday officially is under way spread >> a shopper in loss vegas shot while shopping on black friday. we will have the details coming up. >> sasha fleisman t
in his memory along the charles river in boston, massachusetts. >> she talked about the establishment of the library. can you talk about what she did to preserve and enhance the legacy of john kennedy's presidency? >> it did start with the library. j.f.k. looked at what was going to be the site of his presidential library on the boston side of the charles across the river from most of harvard. she started to raise money for it and she began to think about who should be the architect. most people would have found an established architect like edward dorrel stone who did the kennedy center here in washington, known for doing government buildings and in my view surpassing ugliness and massiveness. she employed one that was little known because she was thought he was much more in the spirit of j.f.k. who was young and was not well known himself. >> she also -- speaking of architect. the president with john carl weirneke. he had helped her with the saving of lafayette square and putting in low rise brick buildings that blended in. he designed the grave site. she worked hard with him on tha
was for exactly that. public health law. jacobson v. massachusetts, 1905. there was a pastor in cambridge who refuse to get vaccinated for smallpox. said it was a religious objection. the supreme court said, too bad. you live here, you are getting vaccinated. tough luck. the bottom line is there is a point at which every person responsibility issue becomes a public health one. and the question is -- where is the line and what are the legal doctrines that govern the crossing over of that line? i would submit to you that we have surpassed that for this problem. yet we have not enacted any societal interventions that are meaningful to try to fix it. that is what needs to change. >> thank you, dr. lustig. i was wondering if you could speak little bit to other disease in addition to obesity, such as autoimmune disease. >> autoimmune disease is a grab bag. this is being televised, taped. and i am about the science. the science on auto immune disease is very much an open question. so i am a little loathe to tell you how all of this might tie into autoimmune disease, other than to say that people are
your eye on massachusetts senator elizabeth warren, she could be the spoiler in the next cycle. the howard dean, barack obama, who was the spoiler who ended up being the president, and then two governors, governor cuomo, andrew cuomo, and then martin omaily, the governor of maryland, who a lot of people say keep your eye on martin o'malley. what if hillary clinton does not run? she decides i have given it my shot, i'm not going to do it again. joe biden then vaults to the front. he doesn't have the same commanding lead hillary clinton does when she's in the running, but joe biden way out in front of elizabeth warren. that's when democrats would have to start wringing their hands. frankly, kwver cuomo in new york, he's showing a fairly strong position here in this minus hillary field. all of those numbers should make joe biden nervous if he's the one who is really the front runner in the sfbmeestablishmenk in 2013. >> i want to be clear that is not chris cuomo on that list. >> his numbers would be way up. >> i hear you. i would sloet fvote for him. but he lost out to that good l
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